Essentials of International Relations 5e Vocabulary Ch. 10

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Essentials of International Relations 5e Vocabulary  Ch. 10 CEDAW - convention for the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women; adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1979, came into force in September 1981; the United States remains the only developed state which has not ratified the convention cultural relativism - the belief that human rights, ethics, and morality are determined by cultures and history and therefore are not universally the same demographic transition - the situation in which increasing levels of economic development lead to falling death rates, followed by falling birth rates epistemic communities - transnational communities of experts and technical specialists who share a set of beliefs and a way to approach problems externalities - in economics, unintended side effects that can have positive or negative consequences first-generation human rights - political or civil rights of citizens that prevent governmental authority from interfering with private individuals or civil society (negative rights)
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